Non Vegetarian Cuisine is very vast and spreads across the all regions in India. Each region have their specific taste and spices that go into making the non vegetarian food. From coastal regions of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, each one of the the cuisines and recipes have a special twist adding to the flavors by varying the spices and core ingredients.

Various kinds of meat, like chicken, mutton, pork, salami, fish, prawns and more are used in these cuisines and prepared in a variety of methods that have been passed on from generation to generation.

In this section you will find recipes from the classic chicken butter masala, tandoori chicken, chettinad chicken, pepper chicken, kerala fried fish and more.

Dherosh Chingri Jhol Recipe (Bengali Style Prawn Curry With Ladies Finger)

Dherosh Chingri Jhol Recipe (Bengali Style Prawn Curry With Ladies Finger) is a traditional dish I have learnt from my mother. All of my family likes it very much. This dish is lighter side dish since it uses comparatively very less spices and oil. At the same time it tastes so different and yummy when you combine bhindi and chingri (prawn). Serve Dherosh Chingri Jhol Recipe (Bengali Style Prawn Curry With Ladies Finger) along with hot steamed rice and ghee on top, along with a Begun Bhaja Recipe ...

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Konaseema Kodi Kura Recipe (Andhra Style Chicken Curry)

Konaseema Kodi Kura is a quite a popular recipe from Andhra and every house has got their own version. It is quite easy to make and does not take too much time to make it. You can make this delicious curry on weekends for your friends and family or can serve it your house parties. It is also great if you want to make something easy yet delicious for you pot luck parties. Serve Konaseema Kodi Kura along with Steamed Rice for your weekday meal. You can also serve Kachumber Salad on the side to ...

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Kadali Bhanda O Chingudi Tarkari Recipe (Odia Style Banana Blossom & Prawn Curry)

Kadali Bhanda O Chingudi Tarkari Recipe is the Odia Style Banana Blossom & Prawn Curry. Banana trees are considered very versatile as every part of the plant is utilised in one way or the other. The stem called Manja and the flower called Bhanda is used as a vegetable and the fruit is used universally in many dishes. The Banana Leaf is used as plates to serve food or as wrap to cook food. Since almost every home has a banana plant, this plays an important part in our cuisine. Banana ...

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Bhindi Gosht Recipe (Okra With Meat In Coconut Gravy)

In this recipe, goat meat is cooked with coconut milk, spices and okra. This dish has its own unique flavor and textures you can serve it with boiled rice, naans and chapatis. It is an excellent way to sneak in vegetables. You can make this recipe for your friends and family during the weekend and let them see the creative side of yours. Serve Bhindi Gosht along with Tawa Paratha and Jeera Rice for your weekday meal.  If you like this recipe, you can also try other Mutton recipes such ...

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Mutton Threads With Caramelized Onions Recipe

There are few recipes that sweeps us off, Mutton Threads With Caramelized Onions is one such dish. This is a slow cooked recipe, we will not get the desired taste and flavour if it is cooked in a hurry, so give the dish its own time. Make this dish at home and we are sure everyone will love it. Serve Mutton Threads With Caramelized Onions with Burani Raita and Whole Wheat Lachha Paratha for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Mutton recipes such as Bengali Kosha ...

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Maharashtrian Kolambi Che Lonche Recipe (Prawns In Pickle Masala)

Maharashtrian Kolambi Che Lonche Recipe is a very spicy side dish recipe that is made with pickle masala. Mum used to send us a hot lunch every day of the school week. Saturday mornings were spent looking forward to the fish that would invariably arrive in our tiffin due to fish market on every Saturday. Unlike other days when we hurriedly finished our lunch and set off playing, lunch was an unhurried affair, drooling for the seafood that mom would pack for me. Each bite was savored and even sharing ...

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Chicken Xacuti Recipe (Goan Chicken Curry)

Xacuti is a rich coconut curry, served with classic Goan red rice, and best eaten with your fingers (so that you can lick them clean when you’re done). The very first bite will transport you to Goan meals by the beach, with the wind in your hair and the sounds of the waves crashing on to the shore. Needless to say, every family has their favourite version and this is ours. So, play some Remo, pour yourself a feni and sit yourself down to one of the finest examples ...

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Masala Cornflakes Chicken Recipe

This recipe is a family favorite, passed on to my mom by her maternal aunt. It's our version of a healthy KFC, with a ton of crunch and flavor! Enjoy on a rainy day with ketchup and chai or any day as a party appetizer! You can also serve this delicious chicken snack for your house parties or can pack it for your pot luck parties. Serve Masala Cornflakes Chicken along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney, Date Tamarind Chutney or any other chutney of your choice for your house parties. If you like ...

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Lavand-E-Murgh Recipe (Afghani Chicken In Yoghurt)

Lavand-e-murgh is a traditional Afghani meat dish which means chicken in yoghurt. It is a rich, creamy chicken curry where chicken is slow cooked in yoghurt along with spices to create a tasty, satisfying and delicious dish. Lavand-e-murgh is perfect enough to be soaked up on chapathis, parathas, idli, dosas, appams or can be had with any plain rice or pulao. Enjoy this lip smacking authentic Afghani delight at the comfort of your dining table. Serve Lavand-E-Murgh along with Whole ...

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Bengali Bhetki Macher Paturi Recipe (Barramundi Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaf)

Bengali Bhetki Macher Paturi Recipe is Bengali Style Barramundi Fish cooked by wrapping in banana leaf. The bhetki fish pieces are marinated in a spiced mustard paste, wrapped in banana leaf individually and then slow cooked till tender. The word "Paturi" means leaf, in Bengali. Generally we Bengalis make paturi using  Ilish (hilsa fish), Bhetki (Barramundi fish) and chingri (prawn). This is a delicious recipe with the bhetki fish. Try savouring this Bengali Bhetki Macher Paturi Recipe ...

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Srilankan Prawn Curry Recipe

Srilankan Prawn curry is an easy and quick to make, tasty dish. The aroma of this dish will fill your kitchen and the taste would win you enough accolades. Cooked in thick coconut milk, this dish is a sure win for all the seafood lovers. If prawns are cleaned the night before, this dish takes very less time to prep and cook. Serve Srilankan Prawn curry with Steamed Rice for your weekday meal. You can also serve some Kachumber Salad with it to complete your meal. If you like this recipe, ...

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Baked Fish Crisps Recipe (Fish Fry In Oven)

Fish fry is an awesome appetizer which is loved by all the sea food eaters. But at point everyone will have a gut feeling that is deep fried and we tend to restrict ourselves in spite of our taste buds inducing to taste even more. One healthy or tasty alternative is to do that in the oven. Can you believe it? With very minimal oil or almost negligible amount of oil added we can get the taste and crispness of the fish fry made in oven. So what is stopping you, give a try! Serve Baked Fish Crisps ...

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Peanut Butter Chicken Recipe

When the heart wants Indian but the tastebuds want a wee bit more what do you do? You make peanut butter chicken, douse it with Chinese chilli oil, serve it on a bed of lemon rice and you are set. Tip for the health conscious – increase the portion size of the chicken and go easy on the rice. It is really all about portion control and of course some physical activity on a daily basis. Eat real, stay real, stay healthy! Serve Peanut Butter Chicken with Lemon Rice on its own or as a side dish ...

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Chicken Changezi Recipe

One of the gems of Mughlai Cuisine, this recipe is a keeper. This recipe of chicken is believed to be originated during the rule of 13th century warrior Genghis Khan. Apparently he was very particular about his food and didn’t like it too spicy. So the khansamas(chefs) as they were called presented him with a dish specially made according to his liking. And hence named after him. Luscious reddish/ orangish gravy, succulent chicken and creamy-ness all are so inviting. Serve Chicken ...

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Chicken Bharta Recipe

Chicken Bharta which tastes heavenly is a dhaba style preparation where shredded chicken is cooked in spicy creamy gravy. Chicken Bharta is deliciously creamy in taste due to the use of mashed egg yolk, fresh cream and yogurt in it. This curry needs a boneless meat which should be soft also. This boneless chicken pieces in a creamy, onion and spice based gravy and garnished with strips of egg white and chopped coriander leaves. Serve Chicken Bharta along with Garlic Naan and Jeera ...

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Aatiraichi Kuzhambu Recipe (Spicy Mutton Gravy)

Aatiraichi Kuzhambu is a normal mutton gravy cooked with some traditional spicy ingredients. Cooking mutton with grounded spices gives the aroma and taste for this origin dish. So please don't skip anyone. Whenever we prefer cooking mutton, this is the most wanted dish. This gravy takes only around 30 minutes to cook when all the ingredients are ready.  Serve Aatiraichi Kuzhambu along with Phulka, Chicken Biryani and Burani Raita for your weekend meal. If you like this recipe, you can ...

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Railway Mutton Curry Recipe

Railway Mutton Curry was developed by the chefs of the Indian Railways during the British Raj keeping in mind the delicate palates of the British people. It was first introduced on the Frontier Mail (Golden Temple Mail) run by the Western Railway during pre-independence era. This milder version of the classic mutton curry was not too spicy yet an amazing fusion dish blending the taste of both Indian and English spices. The Railway Mutton Curry was served with rice, bread or dinner rolls. This curry ...

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Goan Style Recheado Bangdo Recipe | Stuffed Mackerel

Recheado or reshad Bangdo is one of the Goan Speciality where Bangdo or Mackerel is stuffed with Goan Recheado spice masala. This spice or masala can be prepared and stored in the refrigerator and be used whenever required. In Recheado Mackerel, the masala is stuffed inside the Mackerels and pan fried using cooking oil. For more better taste, it is always good to stuff these Mackerels and refrigerate overnight which helps in marination and the flavours also be absorbed better. Serve Goan ...

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Mizoram Style Arsa Beipenek Recipe (Spicy Chicken Stew Recipe)

Mizoram Style Arsa Beipenek Recipe (Spicy Chicken Stew Recipe) is a traditional recipe from the tribal region of Mizoram. The chicken is cooked in its own stock and then thickened with wheat flour mixture. The specialty of this dish in Mizoram is that they use “Bakor”also known as spirited weed in dish which is specialty in those hilly terrain which has certain n medicinal values to cure illness. Serve the Mizoram Style Arsa Beipenek along with steamed rice, tawa paratha to enjoy your Sunday ...

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Macha Mahura Recipe (Odia Style Fish Curry With Vegetables)

Mahura is a traditional mouth watering odia dish, that can be either made with no onion and garlic called Niramish Mahura or with fish known as Amish Mahura. What makes this recipe unique is that here the fish is steamed first then de-boned and then fried in oil before being added to the curry. In Temple style Mahura, only desi vegetables or vegetables which are grown locally are used. But when we make the same in our home, we are free to use other vegetables also. But that taste will definitely ...

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Chicken In White Gravy Recipe

Chicken In White Gravy is a delicious and flavourful gravy made with curd and white pepper powder. It is a quick to make this gravy and goes well with almost everything like chapathi, naan, pulao or any other rice variety of your choice.  Serve Chicken In White Gravy along with Garlic Naan, Mushroom Biryani and Burani Raita for a weekday meal.  If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chicken recipes such as Kolkata Chicken Chaap Recipe Paprika Chicken Skewers Recipe Spicy ...

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Mutton Dak Bungalow Curry Recipe

Mutton Dak Bungalow (or Bangla) cuisine, sadly, is a near-forgotten culinary treasure that survives among a few remaining khansama families and Anglo Indian households. Dak bungalows were rest houses where the travelers used to take rest while on a journey, or used as a night stop during a trip. At that time the care taker had their own Poultry, Goat at Dak Bungalows for easy milk and meat supplies. This kind of curries are always be the only Dinner/Lunch item. So it is always cooked along with Potato, ...

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Restaurant Style Chicken 555 Recipe

Restaurant Style Chicken 555 Recipe is a mouthwatering appetizer inspired from the popular food in the restaurant menu. Chicken is marinated with spices, with added rice flour, and semolina. Then the chicken along the marinade are shallow fried till crisp. This recipe can be prepared very easily and in no time. This can also be served for the unexpected guests during evenings. This is a high protein option that is also yummy. You can serve crispy chicken with dips like Dill Leaves & Parmesan ...

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